Tonight: Clear, cool and dry with temperatures into the middle and low 40s for the Grand Valley, upper 30s for Montrose and another night in the chilly upper 20s for Gunnison.
Extended: High pressure will begin to break down later Saturday ahead of an approaching system. Saturday will still be sunny and dry with warm temperatures forecasted by FirstWarn 8 to fall a degree short of a record tie. Clouds will begin to fill in Saturday night along with a light breeze in response to the aforementioned Pacific storm system. Right now this system looks to sweep through quickly for a Sunday night Monday morning event of light to moderate rains in the valleys and snow in the mountain peaks. The system itself looks to drag across the northern portion of Colorado, so our central and northern mountain zones will get this moisture opportunity. By Monday, cooler October air should remain in place longer through next week. This temperature pattern will align our numbers closer to the average for this (that) time of the year.
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